Leaders today are caught in the middle of a shifting economy, uncertain business environment and organizational pressure to do more with less. To survive this transformation, it is critical for organizations to develop leaders at all levels.
The demands of leading in today’s complex business environment require more than simply adopting a set of prescribed traits and talents. True leadership is based on ethics and personal integrity, embodied in character and proven in day-to-day practice.
How can we best transfer ethical leadership learning and experience? It is not enough to simply survey business literature, committing principles to memory or studying the best practices of preeminent businesses. Transference of leadership learning requires time and interaction with world-class leaders who embody ethical leadership, model it and demand it in others.
As part of the Belmont University School of Business Administration, the Center for Executive Education focuses on inspiring leadership within organizations resulting in sustainable change and growth. The Institute develops premier ethical leadership and management education in Middle Tennessee.